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Appaloosa Horse Club Names 2008 Year- End Youth Champions

MOSCOW, Idaho—The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) is proud to announce the Year-end High-point Youth Champions of 2008!

The following youth exhibited great talent and dedication in 2008 by competing in multiple shows throughout the nation to earn points toward these achievements.

All award winners will be honored at the 2008 Year-end Youth Banquet in Jackson, Mississippi, held in conjunction with the 62nd National Appaloosa Show/2009 World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show, June 22–July 4. Please join us at the 2008 Year-end Youth Banquet to celebrate these upstanding youth competitors. Tickets are $45. For more information about the banquet or the 62nd National Appaloosa Show/2009World Championship Appaloosa Youth Show, visit http://www.appaloosa.com or call (208) 882-5578.

The ApHC would like to extend congratulatory praises and its wishes for good luck in future riding endeavors to these youth competitors:

Brenna Brawner of Edmond, Oklahoma

Saddle Seat Equitation 18 & Under

Camas Prairie Stump Race 13–15

Nez Perce Stake Race 13–15

Keyhole Race 14–18

Saddle Seat Pleasure 18 & Under

Shelby Clark of Fruitvale, Texas

Western Horsemanship 13–15

Hunt Seat Equitation 13–15

Joshua Clevenger of Mount Olive, Illinois

Steer Daubing 18 & Under

Katherine Corbett of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Western Riding 13–15

Kayla Corey of Krum, Texas

Walk/Trot Trail 10 & Under

Colton Cruse of Santa Fe, Texas

Western Riding 12 & Under

Courtney Cruse of Pilot Point, Texas

Western Showmanship 16–18

English Showmanship 18 & Under

Bareback Equitation 14–18

Reining 14–18

Western Riding 16–18

Western Pleasure 16–18

Youth Halter Geldings

Youth Most Colorful at Halter

Alexis Gratkowski of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Western Showmanship 13–15

Matthew Graves of Grand Island, Nebraska

Walk/Trot Keyhole Race 10 & Under

Sarah Gruntmeir of Okarche, Oklahoma

Walk/Trot Camas Prairie Stump Race 10 & Under

Walk/Trot Nez Perce Stake Race 10 & Under

Walk/Trot Figure 8 Stake Race 10 & Under

Brianna Jackson of Middleburg, Florida

Working Hunter 18 & Under

Lauren Jaquay of Hamilton, New York

Camas Prairie Stump Race 12 & Under

Nez Perce Stake Race 12 & Under

Tim Johnson of Chisago City, Minnesota

Judged Tie-Down Roping 18 & Under

Kara Kaufmann of Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

Western Showmanship 12 & Under

Youth Halter Mares

Cassie Knight of Carroll, Iowa

Heritage 18 & Under

Kaleb Lilienthal of Dannebrog, Nebraska

Breakaway Roping 18 & Under

Judged Heading 18 & Under

Judged Heeling 18 & Under

Ashley Mauney of Magnolia, Texas

Western Horsemanship 12 & Under

Keyhole Race 13 & Under

Western Pleasure 12 & Under

Youth Hunter in Hand Mares

Novice Western Horsemanship 18 & Under

Novice Western Pleasure 18 & Under

Novice Hunter Under Saddle 18 & Under

Melissa Mauney of Magnolia, Texas

Leadline 6 & Under

Ashley May of Bangor, Pennsylvania

Figure 8 Stake Race 13 & Under

Carrie Miller of Scottsdale, Arizona

Nez Perce Stake Race 16–18

Keyhole Race 14–18

Courtney C. O’Connell of Hingham, Massachusetts

Hunt Seat Equitation 12 & Under

Hunter Under Saddle 12 & Under

Novice Hunt Seat Equitation 18 & Under

Hanna Ring of La Fayette, New York

Western Pleasure 13–15

Shani Ring of La Fayette, New York

Hunt Seat Equitation Over Fences 18 & Under

Working Hunter 18 & Under

Hunter Hack 18 & Under

Shea-Lauren Ryan of Baltic, Connecticut

Novice Showmanship 18 & Under

Shaye Schirripa of Chico, Texas

Reining 13 & Under

Trail 13 & Under

Sarah Shuknecth of Elba, New York

Hunter Under Saddle 13–15

Eliza Simpkins of Sand Creek, Michigan

Bareback Equitation 13 & Under

Trysten Ann Taylor of Mansfield, Texas

Youth Hunter in Hand Geldings

Kailie Tsihlis of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Western Horsemanship 16–18

Hunt Seat Equitation 16–18

Camas Prairie Stump Race 16–18

Trail 14–18

Figure 8 Stake Race 14–18

Bethany White of Gainesville, Florida

Hunter Under Saddle 16–18

Katie White of Gainesville, Florida

Walk/Trot Showmanship 10 & Under

Walk/Trot Hunter Under Saddle 10 & Under

Walk/Trot Western Pleasure 10 & Under

Walk/Trot Hunt Seat Equitation 10 & Under

Walk/Trot Western Horsemanship 10 & Under

The Appaloosa Horse Club (ApHC) was established in 1938, with a mission of preserving, promoting and enhancing the Appaloosa breed. The ApHC has since registered more than 670,000 Appaloosas, which are known for their distinctive color, intelligence and even temperament. True to their reputation as an extremely versatile breed, Appaloosas can be found in nearly every discipline including racing, endurance riding and serving as reliable family horses. The international breed registry is headquartered in Moscow, Idaho, the heart of the Palouse region—the Appaloosa breed’s namesake and point of origin.


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